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Welcome to: Craing Dominion, Book 5 of the best-selling Scrapyard Ship series.

Truly dark times have come to the Allied forces, the crew of The Lilly, and Earth - we knew they were coming but nothing will have prepared you for this…

With the introduction of Craing commander Ot-Mul, there’s a new standard for evil that will not only shape the rest of this series, but science fiction literature as a whole.

Join Captain Jason Reynolds as he ventures into the proverbial lion’s den in a last ditch effort to even the playing field with the Craing - an empire that has embarked on a pursuit that will guarantee their de facto dominance for millennia to come.

©2014 Mark Wayne McGinnis (P)2014 Mark Wayne McGinnis

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Don't tell the Captain it's impossible!

I was one of the doubting Toms that felt I had fallen down the rabbit hole in a previous book when Captain Jason and his band of square pegs declared war on the enemy's round holes. With the odds at 1500 to 3, I didn't think Jason 'n crew were long for this world. Boy, am I glad I had no takers! In Craing Dominion, Ganser carefully creates the worlds that author McGinnis shaped with words. It doesn't look good for the Alliance after members pick up and leave because they feel the Doomed card has been dealt to all the members. On the up side, we can now call some of the enemy by name and evilness! Get the book but in order!

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